|Team Vapour - Sasolburg High School|
The reasons for such are simple. Although Sasolburg won the North West Provincial Championships and the Mpumulanga Provincial Championships, both such events were senior championships for which school teams are not able to earn school rankings. Team Vapour only played in one school championship.
Readers may be interested to note that Sasolburg High is ranked in third place in the senior rankings - which is no mean feat.
However, all believe that the team to look out for is the young team from St Stithians. The team although only currently ranked in fourth place shows a great deal of promise.
The rankings also form the basis of MSSA's ladder.
It will indeed be interesting to see which school is 'top-dog' and which school shall take the honours for the ladder at the end of the year.
According to the rules for the Ladder, teams are listed in accordance of ranking and may be challenged by teams that are ranked within five places of themselves. New teams enter at the bottom of the table and have to work their way to the top.
It is really quite encouraging to see so many school teams making their way up the table which bodes well for the future of gaming in South Africa.
The rankings are as follows:
|Pos||Name of Player||year||Club||Points|
|1||Crawford Sandton [RAT]||14||CCS||211.6|
|4||SSES LOL||16||St Stithians||177|
|5||Brandcliff House [Scrub Cops]||14||BH||169.2|
|6||Midstream College [MSC Titans]||14||MidC||125|
|7||PR0NHS||16||Northcliff High School||112.8|
|8||RBHS LOL||16||Rondebosch Boys||102.6|
|11||Midstream College [Spin To Win]||14||MidC||80|
|12||Helpmekaar [The Tempaars]||14||HK||75|